- Premier setting in highly desirable area
- Immaculate presentation
- Private south facing garden
- Close to parkland and open countryside
- Block paved drive
- No onward chain delays - our client can move to suit
- Easy access to the cycle route and Nailsea town centre
- Highly recommended
A fantastic 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home offering immaculately presented and very well designed accommodation that has been significantly updated and improved since new with great taste and attention to detail.
The house enjoys the premier south facing position in this pretty avenue of properties that are so attractively and quietly placed at the southern edge of The Elms, the most favoured of the ‘new’ developments locally. On the doorstep there are lovely walks via an area of parkland that opens to picturesque protected green belt countryside with panoramic views across the valley to the wooded hillsides of the National Trust owned Tyntesfield Estate away in the distance. No newer location in the vicinity is better and this house is indeed better than new!
While already attractive and well planned, had the developers, Bryant Homes, a respected multiple award winning house builder continued to refine this design then this is probably the way the layout would have evolved. The property offers even more attractive accommodation that flows beautifully and includes an open plan kitchen with space for informal dining but also gives the option to incorporate the adjacent, currently still separate dining room to create a full width open space of considerable size if required. That change is by no means necessary, and the present owner has enjoyed having the flexibility of in effect a 3-reception room layout counting the well-proportioned conservatory.
The charming exterior suits the tree lined setting well and the block paved drive enhances the forecourt, plus it reduces maintenance. There is an integral garage with an automated remote control up and over door.
The reception hall opens to the attractive living room that widens out and opens in turn to the dining room and separately the kitchen breakfast room. There is a broad low sill double window allowing an outlook over the avenue and away to the nearby park, while there is also a secondary outlook through the dining room and conservatory to the south facing private, mostly walled rear garden.
The dining room is a lovely area for formal entertaining or alternatively a place to sit and enjoy the garden with heat insulating French doors and matching full drop side screens that lead to the superb conservatory and rear garden beyond.
The bright, airy kitchen breakfast room has been thoughtfully redesigned with a good selection of wall and floor cabinets integrated and flush slot in appliances including a concealed larder fridge and from the breakfast area a further French door that leads out to the garden and streams even more light into the house.
An archway also opens to a utility room that has space for various appliances including a washing machine and optionally a stacked tumble dryer and a freestanding fridge freezer with the very useful door from here to the garage.
Notwithstanding the endless list of improvements over the original specification, the property offers very comfortable accommodation that is entirely pristine and better than new inside and out.
The first-floor rooms are approached via a staircase from the hall that arrives at a landing with a built-in linen cupboard and a loft hatch. The immaculate bathroom is neutrally decorated in keeping with the whole property and the bedrooms are superb.
The smallest bedroom is of good size and will actually accommodate a 4’6” double bed and it has built in double wardrobes. The second bedroom is an ample double room and then the principal bedroom is a particular feature with an outlook to the front, a dressing area with wardrobes built in to either side and a doorway through to the en suite. The en suite shower room is well appointed with a full suite and decorative ceramic tiling, a frosted window and recessed towel storage, a neat touch.
The garden at the front has been designed for ease of maintenance with colourful but easy planting around the block paved drive that combines with next doors to provide an attractive approach bounded at the very front by a well-kept evergreen hedge and an avenue of well managed ornamental trees.
The rear garden is fully enclosed, mostly by faced screened walling with pillars good, almost new timber panelled fencing. The space is plentiful, and the orientation is due south with a level lawn and shaped borders.